"Nationally, the Tories enjoy the support of 37.1 per cent of decided voters compared with 26.9 per cent for Paul Martin's Liberals, 19.5 per cent for the New Democrats of Jack Layton, 11.5 for the Bloc Québécois led by Gilles Duceppe and 4.6 for the Green Party led by Jim Harris. The undecided vote stood at 16 per cent."And here is IPSOS:
In Ontario, home to 106 seats and the Liberals' electoral stronghold since 1993, the Tories are in a statistical dead heat with the governing party.EKOS interviewed 967 people in Ontario and found 35.8 per cent support for the Tories, 33.4 for the Liberals, 24.3 for the NDP, and 6.3 per cent for the Greens.The percentage of undecided was 14.3. The results are considered accurate to within 3.2 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.
PC 38% Lib 26% NDP 19% Bloc 11% Green 5%Strategic Counsel:
- Conservatives: 38 (+1)
- Liberals: 28 (same)
- NDP: 17 (+1)
- Bloc: 11 (same)
- Green: 7 (same)